Thursday, November 14, 2013 - Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Feature StoryGame Change: The State of LGBT GamingLGBT characters have played roles in three decades of gaming, but have never managed to reach ubiquity. That may be about to change.
Feature StoryAisha Tyler: Girl on GameAisha Tyler's busy life may have cut into her playtime, but it's not quelled her love of games
Feature StoryLaunch Pad: Xbox One vs. PS4There's plenty to tempt gamers of all creeds when the PS4 and Xbox One hit stores
NewsAngela Peoples, Supporting Slate Win at SteinRelative newcomer beats challenge from longtime club member and activist Jeri Hughes
NewsFundraising for the PhilippinesLocal man organizing Friday fundraiser at Cobalt for Typhoon Haiyan relief
NewsUPDATED: Creigh Deeds Stabbed, in Critical ConditionVirginia state senator, LGBT ally, remains hospitalized at UVA Medical Center
NewsTrial Begins for 2012 Barracks Row StabbingMarine takes the stand in murder case that witnesses say included anti-gay epithets
NewsMizeur Announces Coates as Running MateHitting on progressive themes, the Maryland duo downplay historic candidacy, saying results more important than ''identity politics''
NewsOne Gay Man's RussiaAsylum seeker again shares his story with D.C. audience
NewsTransgender Day of Remembrance's Double DutyMemorial event honors victims of anti-trans violence, while 2013 also saw the end of one of the community's primary service providers
FilmSurvival InstinctCommerce meets compassion in ''Dallas Buyers Club,'' the story of one man's fight to stay alive and make a profit
StageEdie's FolliesL'Enfant Cafe presents Jeffrey Johnson's Edie Beale revival
StageAcceptance Speech''I Am My Own Wife'' pricks at questions challenging our perceptions of social progress
StageIt's a Thin LineSTC offers a powerful vision of all that is possible and impossible in contemporary South Africa
StageHaunted TheaterKeegan Theatre's The Woman in Black is a good ghost story with some theatrical fits and frights
ClublifeEnglish LessonNigel Williams reflects on his year as Mr. DC Eagle, billed as the country's oldest leather title
OpinionListening and LearningLaws give us rights, but our stories make us human
BusinessWowing with Women's WednesdaysUpcoming Chamber event looks at DOMA ruling's effect on long-term care
Snapshots G-Life 2013 Marriott Wardman Park Christopher Cunetto

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